“(Building) a Political Agenda for Social Work” for the Global Agenda for Social Work and Social Development

Filipe Duarte (from Carleton University School of Social Work) shares his article“(Building) a Political Agenda for Social Work” on pages 18-20 in the Special edition of the Iassw-aiets Social Dialogue Magazine on the Global Agenda for Social Work and Social Development.

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One comment

  1. Bill Dare

    Mel Gray, does a good job in this link to an article in understanding the bridge between front line and policy. https://socialhealthpracticeottawa.wordpress.com/…/soc…/ Quite a struggle for me Filipe, in how we go about bridging politics and practice in a good way. Many of us find social work academics not so well embedded with the front line, with some exceptions of course. This is especially true when most schools of social faculty want nothing to do with our regulatory colleges; silo their research from the front line practitioners and vice versa with organizations we work in doing the same. But I like your call!

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